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Internet Access at Cottages

Internet Access at Cottages

By on December 4, 2013 in What to do? with 0 Comments

Every day I hear how important the internet is to have when away at the cottage. Some maybe heading to a cottage to escape that constantly connected feeling while others may have to work to do and simply can’t completely escape from their city lives. As I type this I’m thinking to myself, yeah, I […]

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Tips for Blogging at the Cottage

By on November 20, 2013 in What to do? with 0 Comments

Are you a blogger? Do you have a personal or a work related blog that you write to regularly, but occasionally get stuck for something to write? If so, taking a trip to a cottage could be just the opportunity to help you find some great content.  If you write on the environment or the […]

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Taking a Hike at the Cottage

Taking a Hike at the Cottage

By on November 18, 2013 in What to do? with 0 Comments

As a child my family and I visited countless Provincial Parks. In each park we followed winding hiking trails from the beginning to end. Every hike tells its own story. I remember being eight years old at Chutes Provincial Park with my parents, younger brother and our dog (100 lbs. Siberian Husky). The hiking trails […]

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The Best Bonoffee Pie Recipe

By on October 30, 2013 in What to do? with 0 Comments

This recipe is great for those who have a sweet tooth or even for those just developing one. The Hungry Munk is a great pub and restaurant in East Sussex, England and is the birth place of Bonoffee Pie. You haven’t heard of the Banoffee Pie? It’s a glorious concoction of caramel, bananas and coffee […]

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Everything you ever wanted to know about Geocaching

Everything you ever wanted to know about Geocaching

By on October 21, 2013 in What to do? with 0 Comments

What is this geocaching thing anyway? I’ve looked high and low to find a neat and clear explination that really describes the fun of the chase, but “Treasure hunting for the 21st century,” and “Techno-hiking” don’t really do it for me. Here’s one from Wise Geek that is not too bad: “Geocaching involves two separate […]

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Geocaching at the Cottage – A Great Fall Activity

Geocaching at the Cottage – A Great Fall Activity

By on October 4, 2013 in What to do? with 0 Comments

If you haven’t heard about Geocaching yet, then it’s about time you did! This is THE activity for the family. It gets the kids outdoors and away from the TV, teaching them navigation and geography is great for all ages and you can do it anywhere in Ontario. In fact, as geocaching grows in popularity […]

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21 Ways to Enjoy the Fall in Cottage Country

21 Ways to Enjoy the Fall in Cottage Country

By on September 16, 2013 in What to do? with 0 Comments

Cottage country in the fall is absolutely delightful. The weather is cool and crisp, but not cold. The water is warmer than the air, so fog rises off the lake each morning. The leaves are beautiful shades of red, orange and yellow. The weather, though it might rain some days and shine brightly on others, […]

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Visit an Ontario Arts and Studio Tour this Fall

Visit an Ontario Arts and Studio Tour this Fall

By on September 13, 2013 in What to do? with 0 Comments

There is a lot more to renting a cottage in the fall in Ontario than you may think.  Many art shows and tours take place each fall; some in large cities, others in small towns and counties. The following list shows the great art shows and tours in popular cottage destinations. For each art show, […]

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